Monday, January 12, 2015

Cut Crease Makeup Look


Hey everyone! I decided to do a cut crease eye look today. I used the Too faced Natural eye palette. They come with such amazing warm toned colors.


I am using the Too Faced Natural Palette. They have discontinued this product and revised it so they have a different version.

this is the new version, so if you have this palette, you can still pull of this look...


You can purchase this off amazon, sephora, macys.


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Now lets begin!




I started off by using the color Heaven all over my lid, with this color it is hard to get that rich vanilla look on the lid right away so I slowly built it up as I went along.





Now as a transition shade I used the color Velvet Revolver, on my crease. This color is a really light shadow s if you wont seem to notice this on your crease its okay. ( you might want to use a darker color if your skin tone is darker then mine)



Then I used the color Coco Puff and drew a line from the corner of my crease to the outer corner and then took the same blending brush I used to blend out velvet revolver , i start blending out coco puff.
Now this may seem hard if you have never done a cut crease before, so i suggest lots of practice before attempting this look and going out.


The once i blended coco puff out, I go back again and repeat the same exact step. Blending is the key to a good eye look.



Then I went in again with the Heaven shade and reapplied it on my lid, and this is the time where you can correct any lines that didn't go so smoothly.



After I added the color Sexpresso too my crease, just to define it more, and then started to blend it out.
Now I filled in my eyebrows, because it just puts the whole entire look together.
Then I added the color Heaven again under my eyebrow.






Then I decided to go with a brown liquid liner, just to match with the brown theme we have going on.







then I took the coco puff and Sexpresso color and mixed those to shades together and started shading my undereye. But only the corners, i didn't go all the way to my tear duct. The tear duct i added the shade heaven again.

Then I added some mascara, if you want you can add some false lashes to make this look more dramatic, but I just stuck with plain old mascara. I think it gives it a softer and more gentler look. The mascara I used was Loreal Butterfly intenza.







For the lips I used Maybelline lipstick in Barely Brown and Revlon Lip Gloss on top in Bellini. 



I Hope you guys enjoyed this blog and hopefully will put this look into practice, you can also use this look in different colors, like a blue or purple themed eye look. !
Thanks for checking out my blog!.

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